Introduction: Diy Papercraft Fox
Hey momoluvers! It's momo. Today I'll be making a Papercraft fox! This is super cute and I hope you have fun making this as much as I did
Step 1: Supplies
1~ template (shown above)
3~ liquid glue
4~ glue stick
GUIDE: CUT along black lines
FOLD along dotted lines
GLUE on white tabs
Step 2: Head Construction
1~ The face: cut out the template for the face and ears. Cut along the black lines. Then fold. Put a small amount of glue on the white tabs and attach them to form the face's shape.
2~ The head: Repeat the steps with the face.
3~ Attachment: put the ears on top of the head piece. Then attach the face to the side of the head like shown abvoe
Step 3: Legs Construction
Front legs: the front legs are the shorter, straight ones. Construct these carefully because there are tiny tabs near the toes (same for the back legs)
Back legs: the back legs are the longer ones with the thigh. Assemble these the same way
Step 4: Body Construction
Cut out the largest piece, the body, and construct this carefully, because it has a slight curve where the neck is located.
Step 5: Tail Construction
Cut out the two shapes above and use the liquid glue to lightly and carefully assemble this piece. This will also be curved
Step 6: Final Assembly
Head: Apply glue to the neck on the body. Then attach the head and press it until it dries
Legs: Line up each of the legs into the body. (There are small white tabs to show you exactly where to apply it)
Tail: Repeat steps with the tail
Step 7: Photoshoot
Now for my absolute favorite part! Go outside and take some pics with your friend in nature!
Step 8: Finish!
And that's it! This is such a cute craft to put on display and showcase! I hope you enjoyed this tutorial and remember to check out more instructables. Love y'all •_£
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